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Full Sail University
We're not your average university. Our degree programs are accelerated, our courses are project-based, and our education is hands-on. That means students can start and finish school faster, build a strong portfolio, and learn industry skills from educators with extensive, up-to-date experience in their field.

With degree programs in the worlds of music and recording, film and television, games, technology, design, and sports media, Full Sail University is dedicated to students who want more than the status quo. Our career-focused approach prepares students with real-world industry experience and the creative problem-solving skills they need to follow their dreams.

A Campus for Creating

Full Sail's campus is a creative community, designed to replicate real-world industry environments. That includes a Hollywood-style backlot and soundstages, professional recording studios, art studios, a massive esports venue, and tech labs for AR/VR, 3D printing and fabrication, simulations, user-experience testing, and smart technology.

Full Sail is built around a culture of creativity. This is a place for students to collaborate and make meaningful connections with other passionate, like-minded people. We're committed to fostering a community by bringing together alumni, industry professionals, and employers for networking events, live-streamed lectures, collaborative project opportunities, and a lot more.

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Learn more about our Course Instructors
From what they’ve done in their industry to what they are doing now, see how our instructors work with students to develop skills and learn how to bring their talents into the world.

Full Sail University Featured Faculty Profile: Milena Jackson (Interactive Media Design & Usability, Graphic Design)

This instructor helps students design interfaces that are accessible, user friendly, and intuitive using Full Sail’s Smart Lab. Read more about Milena Jackson and see how she is showing her students both the technical and creative aspects in the industry.